ENSP 411 Conservation Biology

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in BIOL 338 or permission of the instructor. Examines the critical problems of maintaining, enhancing and restoring biological diversity. Principles of ecology, population biology, genetics and modeling are applied to the conservation of rare species and endangered ecosystems. Topics include international trade in wildlife, ethnobotany, ecological restoration, conservation ethics, natural resource economics, conservation genetics and ecotourism.



Cross Listed Courses

Double-numbered course; offered with graduate-level ENV 511


Spring Semester (Odd Years)